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Mike

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Mike gets all the racing games because he understands that stuff even though he doesn't drive.


Interactive movies are such a tricky genre to review. On the one hand, you’re trying to judge it as interactive media and, on the other, you’re trying to judge it as a film. Often they feel like clumsy compromises where the acting and story don’t hold much weight whilst the […]

The Complex – PS4 Review



It’s been a couple of years since Kylotonn’s first ventured into road racing. TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 represents their second crack of the whip with some key changes in place. Career mode is bolstered, there are more tracks to explore and bikes to ride. […]

TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 ...





The Way of the Samarai series is not one I’ve ventured into. The Acquire developed action titles just haven’t crossed my path but Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story is a diversion from the usual path. An isometric dungeon crawler, this effort looks to satisfy some loot lust […]

Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story – PS4 ...



There’s something about classic survival horror that really appeals to me. I think it’s the routines you build around enemy placements, ammo and inventory management and the daft puzzles that culminate to produce something compelling. Brok3nsite clearly have an appreciation for the genre and Dawn of Fear is their attempt […]

Dawn of Fear – PS4 Review



Big Ant Studios are slowly making a name for themselves with their sports titles. Branching out from cricket, they found themselves giving tennis a crack with AO Tennis. After numerous updates, that clumsy first attempt was starting to resemble something more palatable. Now they’ve opted to give a sequel a […]

AO Tennis 2 – PS4 Review



If there’s one thing I’ve got from the PS Talents programme is how experimental the games tend to be. They all carry this very European sensibility whilst all feeling not far off being student projects. The label helps manage expectations but there’s always some curiosity to see what can come […]

Aces of the Multiverse – PS4 Review



Neverwinter Nights is rightly lauded as a classic role-playing game and, until now, it’s never graced home consoles. Sometimes these PC efforts can find it hard to transition to a controller and the added obstacle of time itself can make these port sink, rather than swim. With Beamdog at the […]

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition – PS4 Review